The word “worship” is actually a contraction of “worth-ship” meaning to honor what is honorable. So by encouraging your children to attend church, you are advocating that they schedule a time and place to give God the honor He is due. But worship shouldn’t stop there. Worship should be at the center of our daily living. Author Warren Wiersbe writes, “Worship is the believer’s response of all that he is—mind, emotions, will, and body—to all that God is and says and does.”
Countless studies show that kids who take their faith seriously and are devoted to worship feel much more significant and less insecure than their counterparts. So how do you encourage your children to make worship a priority? Here are 3 ways to encourage your teens to worship. And it’s also vital for your kids to worship through prayer. Here are 10 things to pray for and with your children.
Huddle up with your kids tonight and ask them: What does the word worship mean to you?